View Single Post
Old 02-01-2019, 08:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
Master EcoModder
Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: USA
Posts: 344

Jeep - '97 Jeep Cherokee Sport
90 day: 19.36 mpg (US)

Blueberry - '07 Toyota Camry SE
Thanks: 121
Thanked 61 Times in 55 Posts
The OE cables are pretty low quality in my Jeep. They were also about 22 years old, so they probably should have been replaced anyway. I don't know how important the grounding connections are but in my Jeep they were just flimsy wires. They were upgraded with the cables. And I suppose that I neglected to say that other mods I have done during the last 12 months include roof rack delete, synthetic oil in the front differential, and maybe my CAI. However, I believe that is negated by me doing significantly less highway driving. I see the mpg I am getting as quite an improvement and I attribute it to having new heavy duty battery cables. Even in the weeks preceding my project I was not getting very good mpg.
  Reply With Quote